Here is why you will love this job.
The firm are a well-respected privately-owned Building Services Consultancy based in the heart of Liverpool.
For over 30 years the company has gone from strength to strength. Recently winning numerous awards for their contribution to Sustainability and innovative engineering, the team maintain a culture of excellence which makes it a great environment to be a part of.
An opportunity has presented itself for a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer to join their building services team. With an extremely busy order book with new projects coming in on a regular basis, your day-to-day duties will be carrying out detailed design of new build and refurbishment projects across the High End Residential, Commercial, Hotel and Leisure settings.
You may be reading this advert reflecting how this will differ from your current position. As this is a hands-on role you will be exposed to the entire project life cycle from inception to completion and will be expected to represent the company in design team and client meetings.
With a great deal of project ownership, you will find career progression with this firm a guaranteed certainty from the level of training, support and guidance you will directly receive from the region’s top Building Services talent.
It is expected that you have minimum 5 years’ experience working within the Building Services Sector as a Design Engineer. Due to the nature of the work, it would be expected that you are competent working independently with minimal supervision and assist with the mentoring of junior members of staff.
It is a realty exciting time to be joining this business as there will be plenty of opportunity for you to build a team around you within the next 12-18 months.
Suitable applicants will be Degree in Building Services or Mechanical Engineering (or equivalent and Chartered Engineer (CEng) or currently working towards Chartership.
To find out more information regarding this role, applicants are encouraged to get in touch with Nic Antoniou at PRG immediately. Alternatively, you are invited to apply and we will be in touch to discuss your application.
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